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tax rates. great infrastructure. we have done all the things we think we can do to help this be a great productive work environment, but there are certain things that are out of control that dramatically impact jobs in tennessee. when i hear manufacturers tell us, we love being in tennessee and we love the work environment, but if we had this agreement in place, we could produce x more jobs. it is frustrating to me as a governor because it is something that is out of my control, but it is critical for me to lend that voice, whether it is in washington or anywhere else, to raise it. we have worked hard to set up a great working environment in tennessee. we think we have it. there are certain things that are beyond our control. >> so i understand everyone on this panel is an enthusiast to these agreements, but we want to be clearheaded about some of the competitive costs. in the construction-mining business, what you see as the competitiveness that would come from -- imports would be less expensive? what are the challenges you will face of some of these deals come to be? >
freed man. the idea of neoliberalism is there should be massive, selective tax cuts. margaret thatcher it is there is no alternative. of course that's absurd. there was an alternative. we have to connect the dots to understand what is going on today. i read the chronicle. so what i've done is put together a montage of the murder of public sector, which is going on everyday. in fact all of the public sector is in body shape. public libraries, parks from the municipal to the national level. our character is among the worst in the world. the new deal deals with things in a different way. when i was going to school, california school's were the best. now they are among the worst with the new budget cuts. of course, my university is being privatized. all of the higher education is being privatized. all through the uc system. how do you run a modern state with tax cuts? we resort to desperate, back last november, we were asked to vote to make four indian casinos in san diego county pony up money. i thought this was a joke. they voted to do it. now, the governor proposes to borrow against fu
on the tax policy. all of a sudden under the rules of the senate you need a supermajority to pass tax increases. if you're a pro choice woman especially in light of the fact that with a current make-up of the supreme court, you be concerned you're going to lose your right to access and safe abortion. so, again, the fact of the matter is, you know -- >> connect those dots for me, though. connect those dots. is the argument this? that if you muck with what the current filibuster rules are, you essentially begin to slide down a slippery slope, which will mean in the future republicans will muck with it in all kinds of radical ways? >> exactly. you're playing the long ball. if you're the democratic leadership looking out for the institution as a whole, you've got to be concerned about what may occur in the future. because after all, you know, you can't guarantee -- >> in the minority some day. >> yeah. you can't guarantee. >> here's the problem with the argument. right now, we seeing violations of all kinds of norms. the amount of filibusters has spiked. you have a crazy situation which r
a year and a half, so that's money we have to play with now. there's no taxes or anything that we're gonna have to pay on it. we need some direction on how to best invest it without paying a fortune of fees. we have talked to a financial advisor, and he recommended that we put it in an annuity... >> i knew it. i always go -- before you said that, i was gonna say, "wait! wait, let me tell you. i can tell you what the financial advisor said -- either an annuity, a variable annuity, a variable life-insurance policy. i knew it. i knew it. did that advisor also say to you that, "if you put that $80,000 in there, i'm gonna make about $4,000 of commissions". did he or she happen to tell you that as well? >> he did not tell us that, but everything i've read online about annuities tells me that, and so i'm really hesitant to do that because it's annuity that guarantees 5% return, but the fees are 2%. >> for how long? yeah, 5% return. >> there's a 7-year term. >> 7-year term. and i'm sure that that 5% return that it guarantees is only for the first year. >> oh, okay. >> and that every year
. look at this, judicial watch reports that former irs official lois lerner shared confidential tax info with the federal elections committee. if true, that would be a felly. 48 million people on food stamps facing cuts in the program. 36 bucks a month. 420 a year cut. last item, french soccer going on strike. the reason, french president hollande won't give the teams and players an exemption from that 75% tax on million dollar sales, they're striking. we haven't forgotten about your money. it's all about tech. apple's new ipad on sale today, that and more obamacare bombshells in a moment. [ bagpipes and drums playing over ] [ music transitions to rock ] make it happen with the all-new fidelity active trader pro. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades when you open an account. and this pk is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fiber in metamucil actually gels. and that gelling hes to lower some cholesterol. metacil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber. ♪ we need a little christmas right this very minute♪ >> i suppo
for income tax purposes, the court would disregard it because this is s-corporation? >> it may well be. the fact it is an s-corporation even though it means there is this corporate forum, the net result of income and loss of penalty goes on frank and phil gilardi's income tax returns, part of schedule k. >> a complete pass through? >> yes. >> that is true of limited liabilitied corporations and associations? >> i think we deal with a you blah that impinges on fundamental first amendment freedoms the supreme court said we don't allow form to triumph over substance that. is what we're talking here. >> i think what lee says, if you're in the commercial, if you're in the commercial market you have to give up some for the greater good. >> i agree judge, it does say that but what we say that is part of the -- >> congress had some exemptions as well. >> nothing like in -- >> that is your take. you're saying the exemptions here are so overwhelming, so large in their number that you should win, i don't see you can't possibly get around lee. because lee had exemptions and the court gave it the b
like to go to a party with some of those people? >> maybe not. but we work hard and send our tax money in and waste is the way sebelius and the rest of the bozos. >> from the chairman on down on the republican side except for ryan i have yet to see one that -- >> they put this website online october 1st and it wasn't ready and spent a lot of americans' tax money doing it. >> i'm not for it. >> should have had a nice afternoon on the hill today? >> no, but have some people with intelligence asking some questions. >> this is the thing you pointed out early are. sebelius frustration caught on a hot mike. >> i have a unanimous consent request. i'd like -- madam secretary -- >> don't do this to me. >> is she referring to her staff trying to give her something at the time? i can understand that. like if the producer would be yelling something in your ear right now, which he's not. what are you doing to me? i got this. i can handle it. i do think that if you were just coming in to watch the hearing, you're dipping in and out as an american, you're listening to this, you want her to be able to
, but the prospect of raising taxes remains a sticking point. >> simply taking more from the hard-working families of america just isn't the answer. i know my republican colleagues feel the same. so i want to say this from the get-go. if we look at this conference as an argument about taxes, we're not going to get anywhere. the way to raise revenue from our perspective is to grow the economy, to get people back to work. >> compromise runs both ways. while we scour programs to find responsible savings, republicans are also going to have to work with us to scour the bloated tax code and close some wasteful tax loopholes and special interest subsidies because it is unfair and unacceptable to ask seniors and families to bear this burden alone. >> ifill: the committee has until december 13 to hammer out an agreement. otherwise, the next round of cuts will kick in next year. we'll have more on this, later in the program. there's word that the national the deficit ran $680 billion -l last month. the first time red ink has fallen below a trillion dollars in five years. today's report said revenues rose by
see what comes to mind when we talk about tax evasion. but what about when scott stand and that the seats so that it's a trade. slovakia has calculated that it loses out millions of years every year due to such practices. but now the government has come up with a creative idea to take stock. slovakia already surprise its european neighbors when it introduced a flat tax rate of nineteen percent in two thousand for it was a move that proved popular with the business community but it's already been scrapped. now the finance minister has come up with a new idea. to encourage the nation's people to help keep tabs on who is and isn't paying tax. it's worthwhile for everyone to get a receipt in to check out and make sure it's legitimate gullible in the eyes of the silicon below the idea is very simple one with me. a lot of businesses didn't have cash registers before just handed out any old receipts of them on the twenty oh seven and about the status under way to make us look at what we get one of the ox the conditional on him. it works like this by registering their cash regi
in colorado that would increase taxes by $950 million in one year and restructure the way that state funds its public schools. we're back with james freeman, and steve moore. so steve let's go to colorado first because it's a very interesting state, trending left politically, with a kind of new coalition of cultural liberals and hispanics. and women. leading to a democratic majority there. and they could take another big step to the left with this ballot initiative. explain. >> no question about it. paul, you're exactly right. colorado is one of those states that has moved more to the left than just about any other state in the country. and partially because of huge democratic money and liberal money that's gone in to that state. so what they've now put on the ballot is a gigantic income tax increase to pay for more money for schools. this is a big power play by the left to expand the size of the state government. the income tax, if it's raised, paul, would get rid of a traditional policy in colorado of a low flat tax. and i would make the case, one of the reasons colorado has been a high grow
's defiant day in court. what it's like to support a family of seven on $8 an hour. taxing marijuana in colorado and other initiatives on the ballot tomorrow. >> plus a trov of 1500 paintings looted by the nazis found in a munich apartment. >> ifill: today's insider trading plea by the hedge fund, s.a.c. capital advisers, was notable not just for its financial penalty but also for the prosecutors' pursuit of criminal charges against the firm. jeffrey brown takes a deeper look at the violations in question and what the case may suggest about the government's broader investigations into wall street practices. >> brown: steven cohen is not just any trader. he was one of the street's best known traders. and his firm was one of the more successful, with a record of returning 25% a year to investors. sheelah kolhatkar, a national correspondent at bloomberg businessweek has been chronicling this case and the world of hedge funds. she was at the press conference today and joins me now. both steve cohen were engaging in wrongdoing didn't have the evidence they needed. settlement of the charge
. >> and would you pay extra for soda? the push for an extra tax in one bay area city. slavery, if he had to. he s- he wasn't serious, and his s f context. >> a nevada assemblyman is coming under fire for saying he would vote for slavery if he had to. he said he wasn't serious and his words were taken out of context. we dug up the video and you be the judge. >> if that is what they want, i have to hold my nose and bite my tongue. but yeah, if that is what the citizens want who elected me, that is what they elected me for. >> nevada's governor and several senators called the comment outrageous, insensitive and wrong, and they want an apology. >>> google is up to something big on the bay, we told you about their top secret project on treasure island that involves a huge barge and in an kpix5 exclusive, allen martin says there may be more. since the story last ran on friday, word has surfaced of this second stricture being built in portland, maine and possibly a third in connecticut. the director that would issue permits to google has heard of multiple vessels. >> as far as we know, this is the onl
without part of the taxes from palestinian authority. they promise us it is without taxes, free of taxes. but now actually last week they told us that they will go with the full taxes which we cannot afford the amount of money for that. therefore we shut down the plant today and it's already shut down at 6:00 in the morning today. so our program of distributing the power for the people is too much and only the power will lead six hours to consumers and off the next 12 hours which will effect all of the services sector and the life on gaza. what i can transmission of that is water pumping and the water plant treatment will stop, hospital will be effected and all other parts of life in gaza. >> reporter: so there is nothing that you could have done to ensure that the power was kept on in gaza? >> no. we could not. we are trying for almost last one month. we try and everyone in gaza and we raised the matter to the united nations from some of their organization here and we talked to european union and talked to all their people here. but no one could do anything for us and all promises and
for later shooting at that girl. >> san francisco board of supervisors meeting to vote whether to add a tax on sugary drinks. >> critics are saying this is a bad idea. abc # news has more. >> the owner of this popular deli in the castro district says soft drinks makeup 30% of his business and says a tax would hurt. >> to be honest it would be affecting us in a way, people, cut back on soft drinks. and, also, drinks. >> reporter: supervisor scott weiner will start a campaign for a tax on soda and sugar-sweetened beverages. >> we have taxed tobacco fr a long time, taxed alcohol for a long time. it's not out of the ordinary to tax products that have some negative side affects. >> reporter: also gearing up today a consulting firm that beverage companies hired to fight the tax. >> because they simply have effect of raising cost of living and have no material affect on with living a healthy life style. >> reporter: his firm helped defend a soda tax in richmond. he thinks san francisco voters will respond the same. >> i think san franciscoins have higher priorities than placing a tax on beverag
out of 12% declared that america's large profitable corporations are paying a lower tax rate than our teachers and firefighters. this went back and said, look, this isn't the way to do it, not one year, because it followed the recession. it followed 2008 and 2009. you remember ge and other corporations? the entire financial sector had a lot of writeoffs. he did a different study. he went back and did 2004 to 2010, he counted all taxes paid worldwide, including state, including foreign, and the effective tax rate of all u.s. corporations exceeded 35% from 2004 to 2010. the other thing he found out was since 1997 all the leading economies of the world, 31 out of 34 have cut their corporate tax rates to attract job. >> did you say that includes foreign taxes too? >> includes foreign taxes. >> i mean, don't we only care about taxes paid here in the united states? >> why, because that's all we collect? >> yeah. it doesn't matter if we collect, it matters how competitive -- >> it matters if you're looking at u.s. tax receipts. if you're looking at u.s. -- >> doesn't it matter whether u.s. c
plan comes out, for example, if your insurance is do gotoo good, you have to pay a tax, i had people come up and say i have to dpay tax on my insurance because it is too good for obama care. >> now, others have joined in. they introduced the, if you like your plan, you can keep your plan act. is that going to go anywhere? >> well, i support it. what it is doing, with these crazy rules saying if your insurance is good, you can keep it. they slid this one word in, saying if your insurance changes from the time obama care is passed, you lose your insurance. they slipped it in because they want you to be on one of four government choices. there used to be hundreds and hundreds of insurance choices in our country, there will now be four. even if they tell you there are 20 different insurance exchanges in one plan, there are still only four choices. they're only allowed to sell four choices. this is really the taking of your freedom. when ken churuccinelli talks ab it, he says this is a choice. >> i think they figured out there were 19 million fewer people that could be in the exchanges. a
in the private marketplace are, one, requesting to be comprehensive. two, you are going to have tax incentives, tax rebates for millions, as many as 6 or 7 million americans to get into this program. so they can get health coverage. >> who pays for that, julianne? who picks up the tab on rebates? >> that was part of the aca, that was part of the law. that was part of -- it comes through a tax rebate. >> let's talk about where the money comes from. originally when president obama pushed this, and turned a bill into a law, the cbo said it was going to be about $900 billion. now, they have upped that. the cbo has under that number to $1.8 trillion. we are not even talking about these additional insion incentives and rebates which is only going to add though that number. >> one how is it paid for tax increases like the medical equipment tax and increase on capital gains. there is no question there are some taxes that are paying for this secondly, the cbo also made it clear that the healthcare law was going to be a net reducer in terms of our federal deficit. >> julian, i have toil, president obama
st to sign up for coverage next year. and avoid new tax penalties. today's announcement had been expected - since the white house has been promising quick action to fix the many technical problems with the website. >> getting health care in california has been relatively easy compared to what's happening nationally with "obamacare" still, moving the penalty deadline back to march 31st is a relief for californians who are on the fence about their healthcare coverage. i just got off the phone with the executive director peter lee. >> this is great, this is very clear for us to be able to do or marketing. and if you want to wait until 2014? you will not get a penalty if you sign between open enrollment. open enrollment. >> from the beginning covered california has had far fewer glitches than the national website, in fact the executive director has been on the phone with the president. >> we've had calls with the president.of millions of americans and we have had talks and he does care a lot about this working because we are changing the lives of millions of americans. >> so far cove
with a blue cross silver atmo plan with tax credits, in that case, instead of $800 a month, it's $77 a month. and let me refer you to the interview on "meet the press" with the blue cross florida ceo. he was asked by david gregory, in florida, the oldest and largest health care plan provider, florida blue cross, confirmed it is cutting 300,000 policies. and this is what the chairman of blue cross of florida said, "we're not cutting people, and i quote, we're actually transitioning people. what we've been doing is informing folks that their plan doesn't meet the test of the essential health benefits. therefore, they have a choice of many options that we make available through the exchange, and, in fact, with subsidy, many people will be getting better plans at a lesser cost." so this has become a matter of legitimate discussion, and i think all of us would appreciate your addressing it. >> sir, again, going back to prior to the affordable care act days, these individuals in a small group or individual market had no protections. they had no guarantees of coverage, and they were still being cha
today, i'm introducing a tax measure for the november ballot that will impose a tax on sugar sweetened beverages. the proceeds of the tax will be a special tax an go to fund nutrition active and physical activities and health programs in our schools, in our parks and other venues. colleagues, we are experiencing an epidemic of health problems relating to the consumption of sugar sweets and beverages including diabetes, obesity, affecting adults, children, teenagers, etc. a tremendous amount of work has been done by physicians and research and advocates showing there is a direct link to diabetes and other ailments. supervisor mar, cohen and avalos have also worked on this issue. this is one of those issues that is and has to be a group effort and it takes a village. any other it -- i know it will take a village to get this measure passed. the statistics are alarming. a third of san francisco children are obese or overweight. every one beverage increases the risk of diabetes. one in 3 children born today will develop diabetes in a their lifetime if sugary drinks do not decline. 10 percen
exceptional sxichl standing strong with israel and lower taxes and decentralization of federal government to lower level and sanctity of human live and less regulation and taxation and lidigation. and president obama he can't be blamed for a economy that is killing for the mitted class or broken promiseless for taxes going up for people making 200,000 or coping your health plan or doctor or dismal standing in the eyes of the nation of the world. even our friends are spitting mad at us. it turns out it is not his fault. because he didn't know anything about it. any of it. >> it is not manage i have followed closely. but we don't know. i am not familiar. he indicated he was not aware of what was happening in fast and furious. certainly i was not. >> i mean, i don't know. there was a lot development of the website. i don't know. >> nobody understood what was taking place. >> we don't have independent knowledge. he found in the nows report. >> i first learned about it in the same news reports that most people learn body this. >> it is it good things that a newspaper gets delivered to the whi
are available to them, including tax credits that are available to .hem we will continue that effort, including with the new resident remarks tonight. >> this week, there will be talks on iran's nuclear program in you jeanie buss. -- in geneva. what you expect from these talks? >> i would say a couple of things. as the president has said, the history of mistrust between the united states and the islamic republic of iran is deep and it will not be erased overnight. is nott we are doing now about trust. we are engaged in serious and substantive negotiations, but offering the possibility that we can stop the advancement of these nuclear activities. resolve the international community's concerns about the nuclear program in iran. our goal is to achieve a verifiable agreement that does not allow iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. and we have said the window is open for us to pursue this option. goal of notur allowing iran to possess a nuclear weapon, and i'm going to aggressively pursue that while the window is open, but it will not remain open indefinitely. we are going into this with eyes wide open,
their privacy to receive use for company taxes these fraudulent received are from real formal company it's not just avoid agents working on the legal team some formal company still be empty and void due to the agent at prices higher than the national income tax rate. by doing that they can go pay their taxes and make a profit. i don't have any actual trade on the invoice it took almost a traceable don't go away because will continue with the fake invoices. they can. welcome back to china for trucks in today's money matters were talking to the spending power of thinking what. market insiders revealed another way to get the real important i've registered shell companies in the end of two and commercial beer. we become the certificate. these companies can easily make words and empty important approval from the taxation office. the baby cot to writing up the keyboard are pretty low. several printers and shell companies deal can be enough. according to market insiders many voip companies can make millions of dollars annually the official data from the china national practitioner can also show
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to cover in the next hour. upcoming guests, scott wiener, san francisco's supervisor. tax on sugary drinks. >> also, the union for bart have ordered to have a new contract. we will hear from him live in studio coming up within the hour. >> first, breaking news in oakland. a two alarm house fire spreading fast. it broke out this morning around 6:20. right now there's no word of anyone hurt. we have calls to fire officials and will bring you the latest when it comes to the newsroom. >> a federal prosecutor providing new details about the shooting inside lax. the suspected gunman allegedly shot a tsa officer at point blank range on friday, then went up an escalator, came back down, and shot the same man again. he's been charged with murdering a federal officer and could face the death penalty. investigators say he was not a ticketed passenger. he was dropped off at the airport before the shooting. as carter evans tells us, authorities say he had more than one weapon. >> reporter: federal authorities announced the man who opened fire on tsa officers at delhi international airport carried with
? similar tax measures were defeated last year in richmond and almonte. >> it's a national trend that appears to be growing. we spoke with the san francisco supervisor scott wiener who discussed the possibility of a surcharge on sodas. it's his idea. the supervisor said that drinking them is a health risk. >> there is growing specific evidence that south air drinks are a leading cause of a spike in type 2 diabetes and that has to do with the way they absorbed into the bodies. they a direct cause. >> and for most americans, it might seem odd these days for sugar to join the list of big bad things like liquor or tobacco, the sip tax of the past -- syntax of the past. how do you think this is going to go over? >> they're a major, major health problem like tobacco. >> it's similar to that. the judged -- let me ask you this: what is the idea? is it to get money for programs for health and education for kids about not drinking south air drippings or to make it more expensive and prohibit it for people to buy it and they buy less of it. >> we're not prohibiting anything. it's like a tob
the treasury department showed a combination of more revenue like taxes and less spending. that led to a gap of $680 billion. guess what. it takes revenues and spending cuts to cut the deficit. they ought to work together on that. $2.08 billion is how much americans are spending on candy for halloween this year. never mind the declarations for the national retail federation. they expect an additional $2.6 billion on costumes and more people in my neighborhood i swear do halloween decorations than for the holidays. 75 days is how many we have before the primary for the special election for the late bill young and florida primary will be key to see the better position for the march 11 general election. the special election of one of the most competitive seats left in the house of representatives. 16 is how many democratic women senators all in fact signed in a private letter to hillary clinton urging her to run for president in 2016. they spilled the beans about it and a list in new york on monday, sources say barbara boxer led the effort that included other names mentioned as candidates inclu
that did tax reform and revisions that had revenue. and thank goodness. it was at least fair, where the 1% were getting 45% and the bottom 99% were getting 55%. what is the configuration now? i might venture to say, mr. jeffries, that the 99% are getting zero and the top 1% may be right now at 100%. so i'm asking for the conference to go and work for america. not this configuration, but to in the 99% investment america. to be able to take the c.b.c. budget and look at some of the tax reforms that could be utilized, to look at our job creation, which would include the maintenance and repair for public transit, highways, airports, port, railroad and bridges. the houston metro would appreciate having the opportunity to expand and create work from those who would on the rail lines to those who would build the rail cars, to those who would run it. and the opportunity for people going to work to ride on it. work force development programs such as the work force investment act, programs that i've had in times -- legislation i've introduced in times of high unemployment, to gively give those une
. about anlking opportunity society, talking about low tax rates, trying to help everyone be there yes and america. coming from where i came from, it resonated a little bit. i've got 11 brothers and sisters and my dad owned a bar, i've got brothers and sisters on every rung of the economic ladder and the idea of an opportunity society is to i was. of the 1970s and ,980s, these two people especially during the 1970s, by the end of the 1970s, i was a republican -- i have a ronald reagan bumper sticker on a 1980 in the primary, sorry jeb, [laughter] in 1980 eight, i found myself in manchester, new hampshire, joe and, if you will recall and in february of 1988, a lowly state rep, business guy go to manchester, new hampshire to help my buddy jack kemp. with jackhis dinner and joanne and a bunch of these really big-time congressman. the next day, i got my assignment to go knock on doors and i was assigned to go to the city dump. i thought what the hell is this? i went to the dump because in manchester, new hampshire, you up, yout garbage picked go to the dump. i stood in the dump, called a c
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of the consumption tax will slow the economy and have stimulus to counter it will it work and the second is will they do a structural reforms, the third quiver of options are based, of economics, the structural forms that are necessary to really put more dine mitchell into the underlying economy .. >> rose: there is the question about the u.s. economy, if you look at 2013, are he they expecting growth to be right around two percent or 2.5? >> six percent next year. >> rose: 2014. >> 2014. i think most people, most forecasters have expected an acceleration towards the end of this year that would go into 2014, thus tar we haven't seen the figures and most recent figures are pretty disappointing, the government shut down, clearly played a role in that and slowed down the fourth quarter, the question is that going to continue and are we -- you know, is the acceleration that we think should be there, because the underlying ingredients weren't there are actually going to happen and so far, i don't see that much evidence of gliet so philip, what are the markets telling us? >> the markets have s
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as don usha leyla and the head of the cleveland clinic and tax six message -- texas medical center live at 3:00 eastern on c-span three. this evening, a look at the economic impact of the two thousand eight financial crisis with former top economic advisers from the past three administrations. monitoringll will be -- moderating. >> at the beginning of the 2009 year a sense of missed opportunity. the fiscal stimulus was needed. i wonder if a different kind of stimulus with some of the changes that larry hinted at, dropping high-speed rail and energy might have gotten bipartisan support. they say no republicans will oppose anything they suggest but back in 2009 many people were really hoping this would be the guy bringing us together. i am not blaming one fault -- side or another. to me, the question is could a different set of choices rocked the world together? critical of some of the more classically democratic parts of the recovery program. but i was there. the senate minority leader said the basic purpose of his minority leadership was to make sure the senate was not reelect it. i thi
to push back the original deadline. americans have until march 31st to sign up and avoid tax penalties. the website to sign up has been plagued with technical glitches. >>> it's a story that's shaken up a community on the peninsula. an alleged drunk driver killed a couple out for their evening walk. a 54-year-old woman had health issues and now will appear in court tomorrow. her brother is saying she's not the animal she's painted out to be. >> reporter: the 54-year-old woman did not appear in court today for her arraignment on two charges of vehicular manslaughter and two felony counts of driving under the influence causing bodily injury for allegedly hitting another vehicle injuring two teenagers inside. friends continued to show up. moments after judge jonathan put the issue over because she was having a medical issue. his sister has no idea what happened thursday night and doesn't believe she killed anyone. >> is she an alcoholic? >> pass. she had a mental breakdown. she's going through it. you know what i mean? whatever brought that on, she had been without drinking for 16 days. >
area city that could soon slap a tax on your soda pop. >> it is clear to me, even if it is against my own visions that's the way i want to grow. >> the lawmaker that would vote for slavery if he had to. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, bay area car- maker's stockk a hit. but kiet do tells >>> well it's happening again. another fiery tessla crash. while investigators seem skiddish, the car's owner can't wait to get another one. >> reporter: whatever games that they have made recently went up with smoke in this fire in mexico. a passer-by captured this model giving it to the newspaper, explosion, curse words, and all. the tessla owner watched the footage for the first time offering to translate the reaction. >> reporter: the driver was drunk after crashing through two walls and hitting a tree. >> three weeks ago the very first fire was captured on video in washington state, which also sent their stock price tumbling. hitting a piece of debris puncturing the battery pack. every tessla owner said it was unsafe. >> it happens all the time. >> liz says that it runs the road okay just pine. >> they have shown
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